A television journalist in Bangladesh was found hacked to death on Tuesday at her home by an assailant who is yet to be identified. She lived in Radhanagar area of Pabna district, 150 km from Dhaka.Reports from media reported,Subarna Akter Nodi, 32, was a correspondent of Ananda TV.She has also worked for the Daily Jagroto Bangla newspaper, bdnews24.com reported.
After the assailent drove up at around 10-12pm and rang her door bell, they hacked her to death and fled the spot, Pabna Additional Superintendent of Police Ibne Mizan had reportedly said that the assailants used a sharp-edged weapon to attack her.She was then rushed to hospital where she was declared dead.
Police have launched several teams to investigate this brutal murder.
Journalists in Pabna have said to have condemned the killing and demanded that the murderers be immediately brought to justice.
Sources claim the family of Nodi suspect her former husband Rajib Hossain, and father-in-law Abul Hossain are behind the killing.With her mother claiming that her daughter had named her ex-husband as one of the attackers before she died.
However police are yet to identify or rather confirm the yet to be identified assailant.
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